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PDL Reference Guide for the
October 20, 2004
This document enables you to access the extended features of the WorkCentre
M128/M123 in environments where Xerox does not provide a custom driver.
NOTE: Some of the commands and syntax used in this documents requires
familiarity with either PostScript (PS) or Printer Command Language (PCL).
This document provides the Printe
PostScript This WorkCentre supports PostScript 3 commands that enable the features listed in the following table. Feature Description Media Size Physical paper (media) size (width and height) Media Direction Feed direction of paper Media Source Feed tray Media Source Specify if you feed from SMH (Sheet Media Handler). from SMH Media Color Paper color Media Weight Media weight. Unit: (g/㎡) gram per square-meter Media Class Specify a Media Class value to trigger media-related actions
Feature Description Separation Color Specify the process colorant name. Names Separation Specify the order of process colorant name. Order Use CIE Color Specify to apply CIE-based color space through color conversion PostScript Implementation This section describes the PostScript commands required to access specific WorkCentre features. The following table lists each feature and the PostScript syntax required to use the feature. After the table are examples of how to use these commands
Feature Implementation Values [459 649] = C5 [340 666] = Tyoukei You 3 Media <> Where int is one of the following: Direction setpagedevice 0 = Short Edge; top of page in portrait orientation. 1 = Long Edge; left side of page in portrait orientation. 2 = Short Edge; bottom of page in portrait orientation. 3 = Long Edge; right side of page in portrait orientation. null* = Auto Media Source <> Where int is one of the following: 0 = Tray1 setpag
Feature Implementation Values Media <> true* = Deferred media selection by output device (more powerful and flexible setpagedevice media selection) false = Immediate media selection by strict setpagedevice operator Resolution <> Where x and y are one of the following: setpagedevice 600 600*(dpi) 1200 1200 Duplex <> Where value is one of the following: setpagedevice true
Feature Implementation Values Quantity <> Where value is one of the following: integer from 1 to 9999: number of copies setpagedevice null: Not specified Collation <> Where value is one of the following: setpagedevice true = collated false* = uncollated Jog <>setpagedevice Where int is one of the following: 0 = Do not offset 3 = Offset at the beginning of each page [set] Stapling <
Feature Implementation Values Process Color <> Where name is one of the following: Model setpagedevice /DeviceGray /DeviceRGB (with Separations true) /DeviceCMYK (with Separations true) /DeviceCMY (with Separations true) /DeviceRGBK (with Separations true) Separations <> Where value is one of the following: true = Multiple color separations will be setpagedevice generated for each page of output. false* = All colorants will be combined i
Sample PostScript Headers Example 1 Header for Simple Print %!PS Example 2 Header for Finishing (Letter paper, duplex, 10 copies with collation, stapling with left-upper single and stacker tray for output bin) %!PS <>setpagedevice <>setpagedevice <>setpagedevice <>setpagedevice <>setpagedevice <> >>setpagedevice PostScrip
PostScript Fonts The following PostScript fonts are resident with Adobe interpreter. Albertus Goudy Oldstyle Italic Albertus Italic Goudy Bold Albertus Light Goudy Bold Italic Antique Olive Roman Goudy Extra Bold Antique Olive Italic Helvetica Antique Olive Bold Helvetica Oblique Antique Olive Compact Helvetica Bold Apple Chancery Helvetica Bold Oblique Arial Helvetica Narrow Arial Italic Helvetica Narrow Oblique Arial Bold Helvetica Narrow Bold Arial Bold Italic H
Symbol Univers 65 Bold Tekton Regular Univers 65 Bold Oblique Times Roman Univers 57 Condensed Times Italic Univers 57 Condensed Oblique Times Bold Univers 67 Condensed Bold Times Bold Italic Univers 67 Condensed Bold Oblique Times New Roman Univers 53 Extended Times New Roman Italic Univers 53 Extended Oblique Times New Roman Bold Univers 63 Extended Bold Times New Roman Bold Italic Univers 63 Extended Bold Oblique Univers 45 Light Wingdings Univers 45 Light Oblique
PCL This WorkCentre supports PCL5e and PCL XL color emulations that enable the features listed in the following table. Feature Description Job Name Job identifier Custom Paper Size Customer designated paper size – available only for PCL Media Size Dimensions of paper Media Source Feed tray Output Location Output bin Stapling Indicate a staple position Collation Multiple pages in sequential sets (page 1, 2, 3, 4, etc.) or multiple pages in sets of the same page (4 copies of page
PCL/PJL Implementation This section includes the PCL commands for specific features. The following table lists each feature and the PCL syntax required to use the feature. Following the table are examples of how to use these commands and the PCL file. Refer to these reference materials: PCL5 Printer Language Technical Reference Manual and Printer Job Language Technical Reference Manual, Hewlett-Packard Manual. Feature Implementation Values Job Name ＠PJL SET JOBNAME = Where jobname-str
Feature Implementation Values Media Size
Feature Implementation Values
Feature Implementation Values Interleaving @PJL SET SLIPSHEET = Where value is one of the following: Paper value OFF = no slipsheet BLANK = blank slipsheet COPY = imaged slipsheet Where string is a maximum of 32 Accounting @PJL SET JOBATTR = characters (case sensitive) “@JOAU = string” YYYY:MM:DD:hh:mm Delay Print @PJL SET JOBATTR = YYYY = year (AD 2000～2099) “@PRTM = MM = month (1～12) YYYY:MM:DD:hh:mm” DD = day (1～31) Hh = hour (0～23) Mm = minute (0～59) PCL Template This s
Sample PCL Headers Example 1 Header for Simple Print
Example 4 Header for Confidential Print
PCL Fonts The following PCL fonts are resident on the device. Each of the commands reference a 12-point font. If you wish to use any other point size, change the 12v to the desired size (.25 – 999.75). The commands listed use the default symbol set, Roman-8. To change the symbol set, include the alternate symbol set after the first
Font Name PCL Escape Command Univers Medium Italic
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